Instagram of the Day: George W. Bush Calls Bill Clinton ‘Brother From Another Mother’

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Instagram of the Day: George W. Bush Calls Bill Clinton ‘Brother From Another Mother’
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This is what happens when former presidents discover hashtags.

Bill Clinton Tweeted a thank you to George W. Bush Wedesday for receiving a copy of his new book, "41," with the hashtag: HowAreYouSTILLNotOnTwitter.

Then Bush replied with an Instagram, screenshotting Clinton's tweet and adding his own special hashtag in the comments: BrotherFromAnotherMother.

Still waiting on Obama's response via Vine.

Clinton Totally Gets Romney of the Day

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Ol' Bill's got a fresh take on the first debate: "Old Moderate Mitt, where ya been, boy? I missed you all these last few years."

Bill for president!

Bad Lip Reading of the Day

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G.W. and Bill's 2010 plea for charity to Haiti gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment, and their convo almost -- almost -- seems totally legit.

(Sorta Not Safe For Work -- Bill gets a lil' inappropriate.)

[badlipreading]

Ex-POTUS Pic of the Day

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Ex-POTUS Pic of the Day
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Not to be outdone on the cool POTUS front, Bill Clinton was spotted recently at a Monte Carlo casino posing for pictures with pr0n stars, including Brooklyn Lee (on the right), and Tasha Reign. Lee -- who posted the pic on her Twitter account Wednesday -- recently won an award for "Best Sex Scene" in Mission Asspossible. Reign's film credits include Baby Got Boobs 8 and Farm Girls Gone Bad. The identity of the gal on the far left hasn't been confirmed, but chances are...

[slyoyster]

Confused Chyron of the Day

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Confused Chyron of the Day
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Confused Chyron of the Day: To be fair, he is one of our funkier former presidents.

[thanks jessica!]

How About That of the Day

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How About That of the Day
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How About That of the Day: Former President Bill Clinton was a guest on NPR's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! this weekend, and was inadvertently outed as a major My Little Pony fan during a segment called "Not My Job," wherein knowledgeable people are asked about things they should have no knowledge of.

"So you're a former president, you're a Rhodes scholar, you're famously well